Learn how to use the single-line address lookup feature in PropertyEDGE to quickly find a property
In this article, you'll find answers to these questions:
- How do I enter an address in PropertyEDGE?
- How do I look at a general area within a city in PropertyEDGE?
- How do I look at an intersection in PropertyEDGE?
How do I enter an address in PropertyEDGE?
After you log in to PropertyEDGE, you'll see the primary element, a large map. To enter an address, click in the box in the upper left corner.
Enter your risk address in the box. For best results, enter the street address and ZIP code. Do not enter suite or unit numbers. For example, enter "2101 4th Ave., 98121," and you'll get results for 2101 4th Ave., Seattle, WA 98121, outlined in red. You'll also see buildings outlined in blue; these are buildings WSRB has already inspected.
How do I look at a general area within a city in PropertyEDGE?
If you would like to look at a general area, type in just the city name. PropertyEDGE will display the center of the city and outline in blue all buildings already inspected by WSRB. Here are the results from entering "Wenatchee" in the address box:
How do I look at an intersection in PropertyEDGE?
You can also enter an intersection and city. Again, all buildings already inspected by WSRB will appear outlined in blue. Here are the results from entering "Main St. & 108th Ave. NE, Bellevue" in the address box:
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